GPS NEO6MV2 Module Antenna Description:
NEO6MV2 Flight Controller Description:
Unbox/u-box GPS NEO6MV2 Module Antenna with antenna and build-in EEPROM. This module is compatible with APM2 and APM2.5, and EEPROM can save all your configuration data.
Interface: RS232 TTL .
Baud rate default: 9600bpsWithout battery (it’s not safety by air mail) The battery Model is MS621FE, Need to welding.
- Model: GY-GPS6MV2
- GPS chipset: U-BLOX NEO6MV2
- Interface: UART
- Baud rate: 9600
- Supply voltage: 3V-5V
- RX pin works in 3.3V logic
- Current consumption: typical 40 mA, max 67 mA
- Size of mounting holes: 3 mm
- GPS module size: 25 x 35 mm
- Antenna module size: 25 x 25 mm
- Build battery
- 50 channels
- Cold start: 27s
- Hot start: 1s
- Precision: 2.5m
GPS NEO6MV2 Module Antenna Features
- Module with a ceramic antenna, superior signal
- Save the configuration parameter data EEPROM Down
- With data backup battery; With LED signal indicator
- Default baud rate: 9600, Interface: RS232 TTL
- Compatible with a variety of flight control module en.wikipedia.org
- Small GPS module based on NEO-6M module from U-Blox family. Built in EEPROM and battery. Set includes active ceramic antenna with IPX connector.
- GPS module
- Antenna module
- 1×4 gold pin header
- China’s Bei Dou Navigation Satellite System began global services in 2018, and finished its full deployment in 2020.There are also the European Union Galileo navigation satellite system, and India’s NavIC. Japan’s Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) is a GPS satellite-based augmentation system to enhance GPS’s accuracy in Asia-Oceania, with satellite navigation independent of GPS scheduled for 2023.
- The GPS project was launched in the United States in 1973 to overcome the limitations of previous navigation systems, combining ideas from several predecessors, including classified engineering design studies from the 1960s.he first subframe of each frame encodes the week number and the time within the week, as well as the data about the health of the satellite. The second and the third subframes contain the ephemeris – the precise orbit for the satellite. The fourth and fifth subframes contain the almanac, which contains coarse orbit and status information for up to 32 satellites in the constellation as well as data related to error correction.